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2010-2011 Alumni Commitments

September 13 2011 at 1:25 PM
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Congratulations to the 2010-2011 Wisconsin Rampage Alumni.

Michael Argyris MJHL Dells Ducks
Brendan Bednarz ACHA D2 Lindenwood University
Samuel Holeczy NORPAC Southern Oregon Spartans
Keegan Jaroszewski ACHA D3 Bradley University
Joseph Lennox GLJHL Chicago Jr Bulldogs
Alexander Murphy NAHL Chicago Hitmen
Daniel OLeary MJHL Dells Ducks
Nicholas Picicci NORPAC Southern Oregon Spartans
John Recek MJHL Dells Ducks
Nicholas Reuter ACHA D3 Adrian College
Matthew Rowe MJHL Dells Ducks
Patrick Sofer AAA Marquette Electricians
Benjamin Stachowiak MJHL Dells Ducks
Cory Welnicke 3HL Peoria Mustangs
Joseph White NORPAC Southern Oregon Spartans

 
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sofer

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September 14 2011, 11:35 AM 

Patrick Sofer great job

 
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Huh

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September 14 2011, 6:38 PM 

What team is the dells ducks? What league?

 
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Re: Huh

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September 14 2011, 7:32 PM 

Dells Ducks are a new team in the Mnjhl tier 3 junior A.

 
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Congrats - all kids/teams doing well

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September 29 2011, 5:35 PM 

Congrats to the kids.
Dell Ducks are 9-2-1 and stach & goalies are doing great!
X-Rampage forwards are working hard and ready to start the season at the Southern Oregon Spartans!
X-rampage goalie now bulldogs goalie faces his old team this week - go Joe!
Nick and Keegan playing College hockey - Adrian just starting and Bradley is 6-0!
Soph's team wins early tourny - great job Soph!
Wels playing in Peoria 3NHL!

Great group of kids that are all doing well...

Congrats!

 
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Re: Congrats - all kids/teams doing well

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September 30 2011, 4:26 PM 

Ducks played in a bogus tournament to start the season, Florida hockey sucks!

In the real world they are 4-2, which is pretty good to start but we shall see at the end of the year.

Overall the league they play in is the lowest level of juniors. Not much future for these boys unless they move up fast.

Time will tell.

 
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Re: Congrats - all kids/teams doing well

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October 15 2011, 12:24 PM 

Ducks are ranked in top 35 Junior Teams and are now 13-3-1.

Wisconsin Rampage cant hang onto a player for more than one year because they dont treat there players any good at all and will hide them when a better level calls on them. Alex Murphy went onto the next level on his own and quit the team but good ole blankenshit takes the credit.

The Florida showcase for the Ducks had ACHA college teams the Ducks beat. Not too bad for a team that the Rampage owener Blankenshit has said so many lies about !!!

GLJHL will always be Junior C at best and is the worst junior league ever, Minnesota was Junior A and is still Junior A in scouts eyes.

 
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Re: Congrats - all kids/teams doing well

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October 18 2011, 9:25 AM 

198, you are an idiot and have no clue.

 
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IDIOT

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October 18 2011, 6:29 PM 

198 comes on here without identification and makes the dumbest claimes ever made in hockey. The MNJHL is a last resort league for players that cannot make other leagues teams.

 
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why not

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October 18 2011, 7:04 PM 

Why not head to school and play club there and pay for instead of playing for the mnjhl and paying for it? Your already stating your playing club teams.

 
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Re: why not

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October 18 2011, 7:22 PM 

The MnJHL is not gonna send you straight to college but for some younger players after a year of developing in tier III juniors they go onto play in the USHL or NAHL get college commitments. Don't rag on the MJ too much. Junior A is still good hockey and good for a kids improvement.

 
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Re: why not

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October 18 2011, 7:39 PM 

Dude, quit smoking crack, Tier III is just a way for little johnny to suit up another year while his parents are still paying. Someone is just making money off of him. He is a $ thats all.

Dont believe me? check the odds of going somewhere from there. Maybe if you are tearing it up u can u go on to DIII. and thats a big Maybe. Study hard and go to college. Someone has to be real with these people and stop making a living off of cruel odds.

 
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Re: why not

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October 18 2011, 7:52 PM 

The EJ has 100 plus commitment (mostly D1 too) a year and that is tier 111

THe AJHL has 50 plus commitments a year and that is tier 111

And while in the MJ, NA3 and other t3 leagues you dont usully go NCAA look how many kids have gone from t3 to t1 or t2 and then NCAA. Stop hating on kids doing what you could not.

There are the facts.... this argument is over. (In case you didn't realize... you lost it)

 
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October 18 2011, 8:00 PM 

Name the players that went from MNJHL to College D1 or even D2.

I bet you can't.

 
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Re: why not

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October 18 2011, 8:09 PM 

A decent men's league team would destroy this team. That's the truth. Terrible hockey.

 
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October 18 2011, 8:11 PM 

http://www.mnjhl.com/page/show/110260-alumni-comprehensive-list- .... That was easy

Next.

 
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Re: why not

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October 18 2011, 8:23 PM 

Seriously kid, are you serious? You idiotically just killed your argument. You do know that list link is 10 plus years??? That is like 2 a year tops to D1 out of how many tier III players in the AJ And EJ??? Like the previously poster wrote, unless you are a super stud for years in Tier III forget d1. It is like a needle in a hay stack. I'm guessing you are a tier III player and if you haven't been discovered yet please study hard, play club hockey at a good school.

You can then make tons of money and buy a tier III junior team so you can make money off kids crazy dreams. Your parents should be putting the money they are paying into a good fund instead of making some oragnization rich. Damn shame.

 
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Re: why not

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October 18 2011, 8:29 PM 

http://easternjunior.pointstreaksites.com/view/easternjunior/home-page/college-commitments-1/2011-1

That looks like more than 2 a year considering about 150 committed last year..... argument killed... I think not.

 
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October 18 2011, 8:31 PM 

Seems to be a lotta 2011 commits on this list too....

http://www.atlantichockey.org/ajhl_sub.php?content=ajhl_alumni

 
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haters just got owned

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October 18 2011, 8:39 PM 

haha this guy just owned you jealous old men... sorry your carers are over

 
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Re: haters just got owned

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October 18 2011, 9:16 PM 

Using Ducks as examples? Wow, I think you are right, they are kids playing tier III. Heres some advice, You arent making it to D1 but keep putting off a good education, that makes sense. Keep spending Daddys money and play pretend as you walk out on the ice to no fans. Thats why you have to pay to play you know. No one would pay to see that, so they charge your parents. GET AN EDUCATION


 
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October 18 2011, 9:16 PM 

Mostly East coast DIII schools. There are so many DIII schools out East its equal to ACHA DI. No money for DIII towards tuition, maybe some grants, just like ACHA.

 
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what?

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October 18 2011, 9:47 PM 


Acha DI is nowhere near as good as NCAA DIII. Keep on dreaming !

 
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point missed

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October 19 2011, 5:45 AM 

you pay for both.

 
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bad comparison

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October 19 2011, 9:02 AM 


You don't "PAY to Play" NCAA DIII. You're going to a college and are paying tuition for your education. The hockey is free. In many cases , if the kid has a brain, he'll get scholarship money for his academics.

The Acha DI is not that similar in regards to hockey fees that are paid.

 
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Re: bad comparison

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October 19 2011, 10:20 AM 

ACHA is not big in the East coast, DII is, and therefore they need kids to fill those DIII rosters. It’s a similar talent pool that plays ACHA in the Midwest since DIII is scarce. Many of the ACHA programs are free and the schools offer "grants" for playing and are very liberal with academic scholarships.

Those are the facts.

 
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Re: bad comparison

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October 19 2011, 12:01 PM 

A lot of players on the team that were average to below average hs and aa players. Terrible.

 
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Facts

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October 19 2011, 9:35 PM 



24.14.64.6
You keep saying, "those are the facts". You don't know the facts.

You say that NCAA DII is big out east. However, there are no more than 6 NCAA DII hockey teams in the entire country. It is why they don't even have a national championship for DII teams. The NCAA 6 DII teams play in DIII leagues and are usually the bottom feeders.

Then you say that NCAA DIII teams are scarce in the Midwest. There are 24 NCAA DIII teams in the Midwest:
11 in Wisconsin, 10 in Minnesota, 2 in Michigan, and 1 in Illinois.

So please understand that when it comes to teams and talent it goes like this:
NCAA DI
NCAA DIII
NCAA DII
ACHA DI
ACHA D2
ACHA D3


 
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Re: Facts

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October 19 2011, 10:27 PM 

You are correct in your breakdown accept for DII. DII is a non factor, not sure why it still exists.

I meant to say that DIII is big out East, not DII. My comparison is based on the fact that both East coast DIII teams and Midwest (Illinois, Mich, Mo, Indiana) ACHA DI team’s rosters are filled with mid to lower level Jr. players (and some good HS and AA players). Therefore the talent pool is similar. There is no question that most DIII teams are better than Most ACHA DI teams but it’s very close. You can play for free while getting a mostly free education playing ACHA.

You can play for free and get a mostly free education playing ACHA.

 
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Re: Facts

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October 20 2011, 10:05 AM 



Actually the breakdown is what it is. NCAA DIII is more than just a little bit better. Like in any pyramid of talent the bottom 5 NCAA DIII and the top 5 ACHA D1 would be somewhat close. However, even a team like Lindenwood would be hard pressed to win a best 2 out of 3 series with the top 55 (there are 72) NCAA DIII teams.

 
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I question

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October 20 2011, 2:37 PM 

I question your statement that ACHA is free hockey. From the parent of kids playing that I know, non of them play hockey for free. If you play hockey, you pay fees. Obviously there is a wide variation of what the kids pay for tuition, room and board.

 
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Re: I question

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October 20 2011, 5:34 PM 

you all are hilarious. Rip into Ducks when they are a not for proit organization and all illinois kids pay 15k a year to pay triple AAA.

You guys are morons, the Ducks are the best value around

 
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Re: I question

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October 20 2011, 6:32 PM 

Robert Morris University is fully sponsored by the university, no cost. The same as NCAA. They also give the athletes a "leadership grant" of $4,500 towards tuition. The only thing you pay for is your personal equipment (sticks, pads). Its a first class program.

 
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Thanks

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October 20 2011, 6:41 PM 

I did not know deals like that were out there. Seems like a good deal, thanks for the information.

 
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Re: I question

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October 20 2011, 8:03 PM 

Great value. Talent is like a bantam aa team.

 
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Re: I question

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October 20 2011, 11:04 PM 

To 24.13.32.144

I'll bite. Based on your high quality statements your obviously just trying to start shit. But in trueth your just a shit head.

 
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Re: I question

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October 21 2011, 5:57 AM 

Easy Dr. Phil of the complete hockey world. Let's all sit back and listen to you about where all the talent comes from and how this whole thing works. Dr. Tell us honestly how good the ducks are. Then go back to my post and tell me what I said different then you.

 
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Re: I question

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October 21 2011, 7:41 AM 

Comparing the skill level of good college hockey to bantam AA is foolish. It compromises your credibility.

 
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October 21 2011, 8:41 AM 

Bobby Mo does know how to fund heir sports very good and gets you money for school no doubt about that. Who wants a degree from Robert Morris though they have ONE bachelors degree available and that is business. Plus they have terrible standards of academics and not to mention their open door admission policy.

 
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Re: I question

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October 21 2011, 10:45 AM 

Good college hockey, you are correct. I thought we were talking about the ducks.

 
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October 21 2011, 7:14 PM 

Thanks for clearing that up, sorry for over reacting.

 
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Re: Facts

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October 21 2011, 4:35 PM 

How can you Americans even charge people for Tier III jr hockey. Why would parents pay for this? Canada would never allow or people get away with such BS. Figures you would take a great sport and try to make money off mediocre hockey any way you could for as long as you could.

 
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Blah, blah, blah....

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October 22 2011, 2:33 PM 

Everything in Canada is wonderful and free. Even the government funded sex changes. Your tier III Rainbow Warriors hockey teams must be giddy with joy.

 
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